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Johnny Jump Up Viola (pack) - SWF156

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Planting Wildflowers

Planting Wildflowers

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Johnny Jump Up Viola - Viola cornuta

Perennial Open Pollinated. Also called Wild Pansy. Cheerful, low growing flower with a purple and yellow face is attractive in borders or pots. Flowers can be seen in early spring often appearing after the snow has melted. Pack covers approximately 10 sq ft if broadcast. Thin seedlings to 4" apart.

Flowers: Edible flowers. Blooms in spring and fall
Attracts: Attracts bees and butterflies
Soil: Adaptable to various soil types
Native: SW Europe

USDA Zone: 3-9
Plant In: Fall or Spring
Planting Depth: 1/4"
Days to Germinate: 20-40 Days
Height At Maturity: 3"-6"
Sun/Shade Requirements: Partial Sun
Water Needs: Moderate Water

Perennial for Garden and Naturalizing Viola cornuta 'Helen Mount' Height: 5-7 Bloom Season: Spring/Fall Seeding Rate: Use 125 seeds/sq ft


Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply brand wildflower seeds from packs are guaranteed to germinate. Once the seeds have sprouted, please understand that Peaceful Valley cannot be held responsible for the many uncontrollable growing and climatic conditions that must be met to insure the success of your crop(s).

Peaceful Valley brand wildflower seeds are all non-GMO.
Buy with confidence and plant the best!

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